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ASSEMBLY

AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

POWER FOR YOU
X-TREME BLACK POWER
POWER OF LOVE
FUNATIC LOOP
FUNATIC RAVE
BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS
BLACK BEAUTY

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Foreword
Your unit is built according to state-of-the-art technology and is safe to operate.
However, the unit can be dangerous if used by persons who have not been trained or
shown how to use the unit, or if it is not used for the intended purpose. It is therefore
essential that these operating instructions and in particular the notes on safety are
read and understood by everyone involved with setting up, commissioning, operating,
servicing and repairing the unit. You and your staff should be instructed by a specialist
before using the unit for the first time. In the unlikely event of a technical fault please
contact our Customer Services or your dealer.

CONTENTS PAGE

1 NOTES ON SAFETY ........................................................................................ 4-5
1.1 Before Initial Operation ............................................................................... 4
1.2 Using the Unit for the First Time ................................................................... 4
1.3 Sources of Danger ....................................................................................... 4
1.4 Proper Use .................................................................................................... 4
1.5 Product Liability ............................................................................................ 5
1.6 What to do in an Emergency ..................................................................... 5
1.7 Explanation of Danger Symbols ................................................................. 5
1.8 Position of the User ...................................................................................... 5

INFORMATION FOR THE TANNING SALON PERSONNEL
2 OPERATION ................................................................................................... 6-9
2.1 Equipment - New and Proven .................................................................... 6
2.2 Starting the Unit ............................................................................................ 7
2.3 On the Bed ................................................................................................... 7
2.3.1 Interior Operating Panel ............................................................................. 7-8
2.4 Cleaning the Acrylic Panel ......................................................................... 8
2.5 Stirring the AROMA Containers .................................................................. 9

INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR
3 INITIAL OPERATION ....................................................................................... 9
3.1 Important information! PLEASE READ! ........................................................ 9
3.2 Before Initial Operation ............................................................................... 9
3.3 Using the Unit for the First Time ................................................................... 9

4 CLEANING - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR THE OPERATOR ............................................................... 10-11

5 KNOW HOW FOR THE OPERATOR ................................................................ 11-14
5.1 Operating Hours .......................................................................................... 11
5.1.1 Operating Hours Indicator on BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS,
BLACK BEAUTY Units ..................................................................................... 11
5.1.2 Operating Hours Indicator on POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME
BLACK POWER, POWER OF LOVE, FUNATIC LOOP
and FUNATIC RAVE Units ............................................................................. 11
5.2 Warm Air Recirculation with BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS
and BLACK BEAUTY Units ............................................................................. 11
5.2.1 Warm Air Recirculation with POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME
BLACK POWER, POWER OF LOVE, FUNATIC LOOP
and FUNATIC RAVE Units ............................................................................. 11
5.3 Service Module/Exclamation Marks on the External Display ................. 11
5.3.1 Operating the Service Module .................................................................. 12
5.3.2 Subprograms of the Service Module ........................................................ 12-13
5.3.3 Overview of Possible Settings ..................................................................... 13
5.4 Factory Settings for BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY Units ........ 13
5.5 Weekly Timer for Controlling the Standby Light ....................................... 14

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CONTENTS PAGE
6 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................. 14-23
6.1 Changing the Acrylic Panel ....................................................................... 15
6.1.1 Acrylic Panel on Bed ................................................................................... 15
6.1.2 Acrylic Panel on Side Tanner ...................................................................... 15
6.1.3 Acrylic Panel on Canopy ........................................................................... 16
6.2 Servicing the High-Pressure Burners ........................................................... 16
6.2.1 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Side Tanner ........................... 16-17
6.2.2 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Canopy ................................. 17-18
6.2.3 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Shoulder Tanner ................... 18-19
6.3 Changing the Lamps .................................................................................. 19
6.3.1 Changing the Long Sunlamp ..................................................................... 19
6.3.2 Changing the U·P·P-Lamp .......................................................................... 20
6.3.3 Changing the Illumination Lamp ............................................................... 20
6.3.4 Canopy Panel Lighting on POWER FOR YOU,
X-TREME BLACK POWER, POWER OF LOVE Units ....................................... 20-21
6.3.5 Light Panel Illumination on FUNATIC RAVE, FUNATIC LOOP Units ........... 21
6.3.6 uwe Light Logo in the Bed .......................................................................... 21
6.3.7 Emblem Lighting (POWER FOR YOU Unit only) ......................................... 22
6.4 Changing the Filter Mats ............................................................................ 22
6.4.1 Filter mats in the Base Casing ..................................................................... 22
6.4.2 Filter Mats in the Canopy ............................................................................ 22-23
6.5 Changing the AROMA Containers ............................................................ 23
6.6 Changing the BREEZE Module .................................................................... 23
6.7 Safety Stay in the Support Arms ................................................................. 23

7 TIPS FOR RECTIFYING SMALLER FAULTS ....................................................... 24
8 DISPOSAL ...................................................................................................... 24

INFORMATION FOR THE ENGINEER AND uwe SPECIALIST
9 INSTALLATION OF THE PROFI UNIT ............................................................... 25-33
9.1 Place of Installation and Condition on Delivery ..................................... 25
9.2 Assembly and Installation ........................................................................... 25
9.2.1 Dismantling the Bed .................................................................................... 25
9.2.2 Dismantling the Boards and Air Conditioning Casing (if applicable) .... 25-26
9.2.3 Dismantling the Side Tanner ....................................................................... 26
9.2.4 Dismantling the Extractor Unit .................................................................... 26
9.2.5 Dismantling the Casing ............................................................................... 26
9.2.6 Dismantling the Canopy ............................................................................. 27
9.2.7 Dismantling the Base ................................................................................... 27
9.2.8 Installing the Extractor Unit ......................................................................... 27
9.2.9 Assembling the Base ................................................................................... 28
9.3 Assembling the Casing ............................................................................... 28
9.3.1 Assembling the Boards and Air Conditioning Unit ................................... 28
9.3.2 Assembling the Canopy ............................................................................. 29
9.3.3 Assembling the Side Tanner ....................................................................... 29-30
9.3.4 Mounting the Covering Panels in the Canopy, Louvre
and Extractor Unit ........................................................................................ 30
9.3.5 Connecting the Plug-In Connections ....................................................... 30
9.3.6 Assembling the Bed ..................................................................................... 31
9.4 Connecting the Extractor ........................................................................... 31
9.5 Electrical Connection ................................................................................. 32
9.6 Coin Meter or Central Desk Operation ..................................................... 32
9.7 Installing Air Conditioning at a Later Stage (Accessories) ...................... 33

10 INITIAL OPERATION ....................................................................................... 33-35
10.1 Technical Specifications, Dimensions and UV-Type* .............................. 33-35

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1 NOTES ON SAFETY

1.1 Before Initial Operation
Before the installation and commissioning of the unit, carefully read and take note of
the safety information and operating instructions. The requirements of the firm uwe
and the standard setting authorities involved must be complied with.

1.2 Using the Unit for the First Time
Local safety specifications and uwe safety information must be complied with before
using the unit for the first time.

1.3 Sources of Danger
Warning!
Exposure to ultraviolet light from either the sun or a solarium can cause damage to the
skin and eyes. These biological effects depend on the type and amount of exposure
to ultraviolet light and on the skin sensitivity of the individual. The skin may burn after
overexposure to ultraviolet light. Frequent overexposure to ultraviolet light from either
the sun or ultraviolet sunlamps can lead to premature ageing of the skin and an
increased risk of skin cancer. If the naked eye is exposed to UVA, the surface may
become inflamed and in some cases, excessive exposure can damage the retina.
Cataracts may be caused by unprotected exposure. Caution is recommended if the
individual is particularly sensitive to ultraviolet light, is on certain medication or is using
particular cosmetics.

It is therefore essential to observe the following safety information:
The lamps are extremely bright, never look directly into the lamps.
Keep your eyes closed while tanning and always wear the protective goggles provi-
ded.
Remove all cosmetics before tanning.
Do not use any type of sun protection.
Remove all jewellery before tanning.
No part of the body should be exposed to ultraviolet light more than once every 48
hours, you should also avoid additional exposure to sunlight after solarium use.
The unit should not be used by persons who burn easily when exposed to the sun.
The unit must not be used by children or persons currently suffering from or who have
suffered from skin cancer or anyone at high risk of skin cancer.
Recommendations for tanning times and intervals between solarium exposure ac-
company every unit in the leaflet entitled “The Sun and You“.
The recommended tanning times only apply for the original lamps supplied by the
manufacturer.
Consult your doctor if you are currently receiving medical treatment or taking medi-
cation. Some medications and cosmetics can increase sensitivity to ultraviolet expo-
sure.
Only use as directed by your physician.
Contact your doctor immediately if you have persistent swelling, sores or pigmented
moles on your skin.
The unit must not be used if the timer is faulty or if a filter plate is broken.
The recommended tanning time for your first exposure must not be less than 1 minute.

1.4 Proper Use
All units are intended exclusively for the commercial indoor tanning of persons. The
unit must only be operated in areas free from explosion hazards and in dry rooms. The
rooms must be well ventilated. If operated in a tanning salon, the room and solarium
itself must be kept clean and hygienic. Any other use is deemed improper. The
manufacturer accepts no liability for any damage which may arise as a result, the user
is responsible for all risks taken. Proper use includes observance of the operating and
servicing conditions specified by the manufacturer. Servicing and repair work may
only be carried out by uwe Customer Services or their authorised representatives. The
units may only be used by persons who are familiar with them and who have been
advised as to the potential hazards.
Appropriate accident prevention measures and other generally accepted codes of
practice on safety and industrial medicine must be complied with. Unauthorised
alterations to the units shall void the liability of the manufacturer for any consequential
loss. This applies in particular to injury resulting from the use of lamps and filter discs not
authorised by uwe.

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1.5 Product Liability
The attention of the user is explicitly drawn to the fact that the unit may only be used
for the intended purpose. In the event of any improper use, the user is liable for the
consequences and the manufacturer is discharged from all liability.

1.6 What to do in an Emergency
Remove the mains plug or switch off the power using the main switch or fuses and
secure the unit against unauthorised re-starting.

1.7 Explanation of Danger Symbols
Warning!
All sections in these operating instructions which affect your safety are marked with
this sign.
Please also pass on the information regarding safety to other users.

All sections in these operating instructions which
contain information about the function of the unit are marked with this sign. Please
pay particular attention to this information to avoid damaging the unit.

All information in these operating instructions that is provided for your better under-
standing of the product is marked with the word ‘Note’.

Note Various diagrams are referred to in the text,
e.g. (30/2) refers to Figure 30, Item 2.

1.8 Position of the User
In front of the unit and on the bed.

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INFORMATION FOR THE TANNING SALON PERSONNEL

2 OPERATION
2.1 Equipment - New and Proven
Important Information! PLEASE READ!
Not all units have the equipment modules listed here, therefore they do not have all
the operating options listed.
1. Please refer to the catalogue for the equipment and features of your unit.
(ID.No. 260 560 x 09/99).
2. Please follow the notes which apply to your unit.
3. Please pass on all this information to the user.

INTERACTIVE OPERATION
You can regulate the tanning intensity and cooling for your body and face separately.

BINGO
Facial tanning continues for a certain time after your regular tanning time is over.

HIGH-PRESSURE SHOULDER TANNERS
Every unit has two high-pressure shoulder tanners.

AIR SHOWER
There is an air vent in the canopy which allows cool air to pass directly over the upper
body.

BREEZE (Optional)
There is a nozzle in the canopy which, if desired, sprays a fine mist of distilled, sterile
water into the unit.

AROMA (Optional)
The base casing houses an aroma module. If desired, a fragrance can be mixed with
the cooling air when introduced into the unit.

HEADPHONES SOCKET
You can plug a 3.5 mm headphone jack into the socket to enjoy the central sound
system.

LOWNOISE (Optional)
Suitable headphones can be plugged into the LOW NOISE socket. This filters out all
sounds made by the unit, creating a relaxing tanning environment and if you wish,
allowing you to listen to the central sound system.

LOUDSPEAKER (Optional)
If you prefer you can equip your solarium with two speakers allowing you to enjoy the
central sound system while you tan.

FANS
The fans are factory-set to continue running for approx. 6 minutes after the tanning
session, to allow the unit to cool.

SERVICE MODULE
The service module makes it easier to service and check the parts for ageing.

BREAKSAFE
The transparent filter discs of the GB units and the transparent filter discs in the shoulder
tanners are protected by a BREAKSAFE device. If a transparent filter disc breaks, the
power supply is interrupted and the unit cannot be restarted. The blue filter discs must
be visually checked.

WARM AIR RECIRCULATION
When the room reaches a particular temperature, warm air is blown into the unit via a
thermostat-controlled extract air flap in the extract air chimney maintaining a
comfortable tanning environment.

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2.2 Starting the Unit
Please read the leaflet ‘The Sun and You’.
Do not exceed the tanning time recommended for your skin type. Avoid sunburn.
Never expose yourself to ultraviolet light if you are sunburnt.
Your ultimate tan (when your skin will not tan any further) depends on your skin type.
It can only be maintained by using a solarium, not intensified.
Close your eyes while tanning and always wear the protective goggles provided.
People who have undergone surgery to their eye lenses must wear protective
goggles.

Starting
Insert coins or tokens into the coin meter.

Making Use of the Pre-Tanning Time
1. Make your selections according to the prompts on the display (1/1) of the Light
Panel (1/5):
- Use the right knob (1/3) to select your personal tanning level
- Use the left knob (1/2) to select your personal air-conditioning level
- BINGO (1/4)

2. If you do not make any selections the unit will automatically start with its basic
settings.
Tanning level for body and face Level 5
- Air-conditioning level for body and face Level 3
- BINGO, AROMA, BREEZE OFF
- Volume Middle

Note The tanning programme you have chosen will appear on the display (1/1).
You can also pre-set your settings on units which do not have an external display.
You can change your chosen tanning program at any time during the tanning session.
Operate the interior operating panel from the bed. If you do not switch on the unit
within 5 minutes the programme will revert to the basic settings.

The unit automatically switches on after the pre-tanning time depending on the central
desk operation or coin meter used.

2.3 On the Bed
1. Lie down on the bed

Keep your body away from the front edge of the bed. Danger of being squashed!

2. Pull down the canopy with the handle (1/6) you can reach with your left
hand.
Your distance from the lamps is defined by the design of the unit.
If the tanning session has not yet begun, the pre-tanning time is still active.
The lamps switch on automatically after the pre-tanning time.

Ending the Pre-Tanning Time Prematurely (early starting or remote starting)
Press the START button (2/1) on the interior operating panel. The unit starts immediately
(before the pre-tanning time is over).

2.3.1 Interior Operating Panel
You can interrupt the tanning session at any time by pressing the STOP button (2/2).

• STOP and START Buttons
During the tanning session you can press the STOP button (2/2) to interrupt tanning
and the START button (2/1) to re-start tanning (Warning: the high-pressure burners only
re-ignite after a cooling time of approx. 4 minutes). The tanning time continues during
the interruption, i.e. the display (2/9) continues to count the minutes elapsed.

• Cooling Knobs
You can control your preferred environment individually with these two knobs. Knob
(2/3) controls the cool air inflow from the fan at the base of the unit and knob (2/4)
controls the cool air inflow from the vent at the top of the canopy. The blue LED lamps
light up according to the air conditioning you have selected.

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• Tanning Knobs
Knobs (2/6) and (2/7) allow you to control the tanning intensity on your body and face
separately. Different lamps are turned on depending on the position of the knob.The
red LED lamps light up according to the tanning level you choose.

Note Separate control of the tanning intensity on your face and body is not possible with
the BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY units. These units have one knob to control
tanning and one knob to control cooling.

• AROMA Button
By pressing the button (2/13) with the AROMA symbol a fragrance will be mixed into
the body cooling air before it flows over your body. The area around the button glows
red (active). Press the button again to stop the fragrance being blown into the unit
and the area around the button glows green (ready).

• BREEZE Button (Optional)
By pressing the button (2/5) with the BREEZE symbol a fine mist of distilled water will be
sprayed over the upper body and face from a nozzle in the canopy. The area around
the button glows red when the spray is activated. When the spray cycle has ended
(including a delay of approx. 2 minutes) the area around the button glows green and
you can press the button again (ready).

• Connection Sockets
Plug headphones into socket (2/12) to listen to the central sound system. The second
socket (2/8) has a LOWNOISE function (optional). This function filters out all sounds from
the unit creating a relaxing tanning environment and allowing you to listen to the
central sound system.

• Volume Buttons
Buttons (2/10) and (2/11) allow you to control the volume of the central sound system.

• LED Display
The 2-digit LED display (2/9) counts the time of the tanning session in intervals of 1
minute once the sunlamps are switched on. It shows you how many minutes of your
tanning session have elapsed. After the tanning session is complete the unit switches
off and the display shows 0.

2.4 Cleaning the Acrylic Panel: Use uwe cleaner only!
Always ensure the utmost hygiene.
The bed and BREEZE nozzle (5/1) must be disinfected and cleaned after every
tanning session.
Keep uwe cleaner and other cleaning agents away from your eyes. Do not spray
into naked flames!
Do not drink.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Use cleaning agents as directed by the manufacturer and do not leave on the
surface any longer than specified..
Do not pour liquids directly onto the unit to ensure moisture does not seep under the
covering panels into the electrics.

Cleaning the Acrylic Panel
1. Clean the acrylic panel after every tanning session with uwe “PICCOBELLO” or
Paletti Hydrovlies.
2. If using the PICCOBELLO cleaning agent, spray onto the acrylic panel and leave
for 1 minute.
3. Always use a clean cloth to dry the panel afterwards.

Cleaning the BREEZE Nozzle (5/1)
After every tanning session clean the BREEZE nozzle with “PICCOBELLO” and a clean
cloth.

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2.5 Stirring the AROMA Containers

Removing the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slots.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).
3. Remove the safety grille (27/6).

Stirring the AROMA Containers
1. Using a coin, turn the slit in the bolt (27/4) to the vertical position.
2. Pull out the drawer (27/3) containing the four AROMA containers.
3. Thoroughly stir the AROMA containers once a week.
4. Push the drawer back in as far as it will go.
5. Lift the draw a little then insert the tip of the bolt (27/4) into the socket (37/1)
and then turn the slit to the horizontal position using a coin.
6. Replace the safety grille (27/6).

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Insert the bottom slits on the covering panel (18/8) into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely.

INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR

3 INITIAL OPERATION
3.1 Important information! PLEASE READ!
Never switch on tanning equipment known to be faulty.
Please send a copy of the inspection report in accordance with DIN VDE 0701 to the
uwe Customer Services Department.
Do not exceed the room temperature limit (max. 35°C) or the surface of the bed
may become too hot.
Observe the hygiene requirements.
Provide protective goggles and ensure they are worn.
Make users aware of the importance of observing the tanning time depending on
their skin type.
Keep the assembly and operating instructions to hand.
Display the safety instructions and “The Sun and You” leaflet in a prominent position
in the tanning suite.
Never operate the unit for long periods of time with the canopy open.
There is a sticker on the acrylic panel of the bed providing important information in 4
languages. Please read this information and then remove the sticker.
Stir the AROMA containers once a week to increase the intensity of the fragrance.

3.2 Before Initial Operation
The notes on safety and operating instructions must be read carefully and complied
with before the unit is set up and operated for the first time.
In the service module you can change the factory settings (e.g. BINGO time) within
certain limits to suit your preferences (see Section 5.3).

3.3 Using the Unit for the First Time
Note Every time the unit is used, ensure that the safety instructions aswell as the local safety
regulations have been complied with. The unit must not be started until it is completely
assembled, connected to the mains and the coin meter or central desk.

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4 CLEANING - IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE OPERATOR

Pay particular attention to hygiene on and around the unit. Dust reduces the tanning
effect.
Keep cleaning agents away from eyes!
Do not spray into naked flames!
Do not drink! Keep out of the reach of children!
Do not pour liquids onto the unit to ensure moisture does not seep under the cover-
ing panels into the electrics.
Use cleaning agents as directed by the manufacturer and do not leave on the
surface any longer than specified.There is no guarantee or warranty liability if
another cleaning agent is used.

• Canopy Light Panel (17/16)
1. Never clean the panel with a wet cloth.
2. Do not spray liquids onto the panel.
3. Clean the panel with a dry cloth.

• Body
1. Clean the painted outer surface of the unit with a damp cloth. A little detergent
may be added to the water used to moisten the cloth.
2. Do not use scouring agents.
3. Remove stubborn dirt with a soft cloth and a biodegradable cleaning agent (e.g.
a cleaning agent containing vinegar).

• Acrylic Panel
Note “PICCOBELLO” is particularly suitable for disinfecting, deodorising and cleaning all kinds
of surfaces, in particular tanning salons and fitness studios. “PICCOBELLO” is supplied
by uwe as a concentrate and must be diluted in water to a solution suitable for use.

Diluting “PICCOBELLO” ready for use
1. Mix 15 ml “PICCOBELLO” in 1 litre of water to give a 1.5% solution with an acting
time of 1 minute.

Cleaning the Acrylic Panels
1. Only use original uwe “PICCOBELLO” cleaner or Paletti Hydrovlies to clean the
acrylic panels.
2. If using the “PICCOBELLO” cleaning agent, spray onto the bed (acrylic panel)
and allow to act for 1 minute.
3. Always dry the panel afterwards with a clean cloth.
4. Occasionally clean the underside of the bed, the corrugated acrylic panel
beneath the bed and the acrylic panel in the canopy.

Lifting Up the Acrylic Panel on the Bed
Note The rear, long side of the bed panel is inserted in a clamping rail which can be pulled
forwards approx. 5 cm on 2 pins.

1. Using a screwdriver, press the bolt (3/2) down and turn it 90 degrees.
2. Do the same with the second bolt. The bed panel moves up a little.
3. Holding the bed panel (4/1) along the front long edge, pull approx. 5 cm
forwards until the clamping rail (3/3) engages.
4. Lift up the bed panel.
5. Take the longer rod (5/3) and use it to support the bed panel in the centre.
6. Lift the lower corrugated acrylic panel (4/2) and support it with the shorter
rod (4/4).
7. Anchor this shorter rod in the first corrugation of the acrylic panel.
8. Clean the underside of the bed panel and the lower corrugated acrylic
panel with “PICCOBELLO” cleaner or Paletti Hydrovlies.

Lowering the Acrylic Panels
1. Secure the short rod (4/4) in the holder.
2. Lower the lower acrylic panel.
3. Secure the long rod (4/3) in the holder.
4. Lower the bed panel.
5. Turn both bolts (3/2) back 90 degrees.
6. Grip the front long side of the bed panel (3/1) and push back until it
engages.

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• BREEZE Nozzle
Each day before the first tanning session wipe the spray nozzle (5/1) with a
clean cloth and the uwe cleaner “PICCOBELLO”.

• Reflector
When replacing lamps, wipe the reflectors with a cloth which has been
soaked in alcohol.

5 KNOW HOW FOR THE OPERATOR
5.1 Operating Hours
5.1.1 Operating Hours Indicators on BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS, BLACK BEAUTY Units

Note Viewing the Operating Hours
The operating hours can be viewed on the display of the interior operating panel.

The unit must be off (no coin meter signal).

1. Simultaneously press the following 4 buttons on the interior operating panel: START
button (2/1), STOP button (2/2) and the 2 buttons used to control the volume
(2/10)and (2/11).
2. Press this button combination for approx. 4 seconds. The two first figures
(1000s and 100s position) of the operating hours are displayed.
3. Press the + volume button (2/10). The other two digits for 10s and 1s of the
operating hours are displayed.
4. If you do not press any button the operating hours indicator is deactivated
again after approx. 5 seconds.

5.1.2 Operating Hours Indicator on POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME BLACK POWER,
POWER OF LOVE, FUNATIC LOOP and FUNATIC RAVE Units
The operating hours can be viewed in the service module. Read Section 5.3.

5.2 Warm Air Recirculation for BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY Units
The various levels of the warm air recirculation can be set on the display of the
interior operating panel.

The unit must be off (no coin meter signal)

Setting the Warm Air Recirculation
1. Simultaneously press the following 4 buttons on the interior operating panel: START
button (2/1), STOP button (2/2) and the 2 buttons used to control the volume (2/10)
and (2/11).
2. Press this button combination for approx. 4 seconds. The operating hours are shown
on the display of the interior operating panel (2/9).
3. Turn the left knob on the interior operating panel (air-conditioning).
The numbers 1 to 6 appear on the display (2/9).
4. Select the air conditioning level you require (see Section 5.3.3, Table 1.2).
5. When you have chosen the required level, the display for the warm air recirculation
goes blank after approx. 5 seconds and the operating hours indicator goes blank
after a further approx. 5 seconds.

Unplug the unit from the mains to save the changed parameters.

5.2.1 Warm Air Recirculation for POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME BLACK POWER, POWER
OF LOVE, FUNATIC LOOP and FUNATIC RAVE Units
The warm air circulation can be set in the Service Module. Read Section 5.3.

5.3 Service Module / Exclamation Marks on the External Display
For POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME BLACK POWER, POWER OF LOVE, FUNATIC LOOP and
FUNATIC RAVE units only.
Note The service module has 3 subprograms which can be called up consecutively on
the external display.
The service module facilitates servicing and checking the most important parts of
the unit subject to wear and tear .

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5.3.1 Operating the Service Module
1. Simultaneously press the following 4 buttons on the interior operating panel: START
button (2/1), STOP button (2/2) and the 2 buttons used to control the volume
(2/10) and (2/11).
2. Press this button combination for approx. 4 seconds. The program menu
should appear on the external display (1/1).
3. You can move the cursor through the menu using the two knobs.
4. Move the cursor vertically using the left knob (1/2).
5. Move the cursor horizontally using the right knob (1/3), you can also select the
settings with this knob. The settings you choose are saved when you change lines.
6. If you move the cursor down you go to service menu 1 and service menu 2.
7. Press the BINGO button (1/4) in service menu 1 to reset the settings, for example if
the filter mats have been changed and the usage time for the filter mats has to be
reset to 150 hours.

8. If you unplug the unit within approx. 4 minutes of leaving the service module the
parameters you have changed will be saved and activated.

Note If you change the parameters but then do not unplug the unit after leaving the service
module all settings which were active before entering the service module remain the
same.
If you do not make any changes in the service module within approx. 4 minutes, the
unit automatically quits the service module and returns to the operator prompting
screen (“Hello and welcome...”).

5.3.2 Subprograms of the Service Module
Program Menu
In the program menu you can change the factory settings (e.g. BINGO time) to your
own specifications within certain limits (see Table 1.1 in Section 5.3.3).

Service Menu 1 - Exclamation Marks on the External Display
In Service Menu 1 you can change the intervals at which the worn parts should be
replaced (see Table 1.1 in Section 5.3.3). Read the entire operating time.

Example: Filter mats
1. Set the exchange interval to 150 operating hours.
When this time has elapsed, an exclamation mark (!) appears in the bottom right-
hand corner of the external display (1/1).
2. Call up Service Menu 1.
3. Check which worn part has exceeded its operating time (in this example, the filter
mats).
4. Change the filter mats.
5. In the “reset” line for filter mats press the BINGO button to reset the time to 150
seconds (Reset).

Service Menu 2 - Error Message on the External Display
• Fresh Air / Extracted Air
In service menu 2, the temperatures of the fresh air supply and of the extracted air are
measured and displayed. These temperatures are compared with the permitted
temperature limits.

If the temperature limits are exceeded, F1 appears in the bottom right corner of the
display.
1. Call up Service Menu 2.
2. Check the display.
3. Contact uwe Customer Service if necessary.

• Warm Air Recirculation
The operator can close (max.) or open (min.) the air vent in the extractor duct or select
a temperature for inside the unit (see Section 5.3.3, Table 1.2)

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• Bleeding the BREEZE System
If you replace a component of the BREEZE module, e.g. the water pouch, the BREEZE
system must be bled.
In the bleed BREEZE position, press the BINGO button until the nozzle produces a fine,
cone-shaped spray of water (max. 1 minute).

Wait 1 minute before you reactivate the pump of the BREEZE system.

Other possible error messages
F1 Temperature exceeded (extracted air temperature exceeds 60°C)
F2 EEPROM error
F3 Sensor short-circuit
F4 Sensor broken

Procedure
Contact uwe Customer Service if necessary.

5.3.3 Overview of Possible Settings

Factory Settings Possible setting ranges
for the operator
Language German Choice of 14 languages
Minimum Maximum
value value
Overrun time 6 minutes 4 min. 6 min.
BINGO-time 2 minutes 1 min. 3 min.
Low-pressure lamps 500 operating hours (hrs) 350 hrs 700 hrs
High-pressure lamps 500 Operating Hours 350 hrs 700 hrs
Filter mats 150 Operating Hours 100 hrs 300 hrs
Starter 1000 Operating Hours 700 hrs 1400 hrs
BREEZE module 1900 spraying operations Cannot be changed
Note
Warning!
After 1920 operations the
BREEZE button is locked
AROMA module 300 operating hours Cannot be changed
Table. 1.1

Note The time can be set in steps of 0.5 minutes for the overrun time and BINGO time and in
steps of 50 hours for the other wearing parts such as the low-pressure lamps.

Warm Air
Recirculation
Can be set by Exhaust air flap Effects
operator position

Limit stop min open No warm air inside unit
= Level 1 Warm air in exhaust duct
Level 2 (15°C-17°C) Flap open The flap setting maintains the
Level 3 (17°C-19°C) temperature inside the unit to
Level 4 (19°C-21°C) auf die von Ihnen eingestellte
Level 5 (21°C-23°C) your set level
Level 6 (23°C-25°C)
The temperatures indicated are for guidance only due to the differences in
temperature in the room
Table. 1.2

5.4 Factory Settings for BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY Units
The main processor board has a potentiometer for the BINGO time and a potentiometer
for the fan overrun time
1. Use a screwdriver to set the appropriate potentiometer to the time setting you

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5.5 Weekly Timer (20/19) for Controlling the Standby Lamp

Unplug the unit from the mains!

Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling it forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Remove the left-hand filter frame
1. Turn the bolts (18/2) to the horizontal position.
2. Hold the filter frame by the handle (18/1).
3. Lift the filter frame with its guiding pins (18/9) out of the base.
4. Place the filter frame with its guiding pins on the floor.
5. Thread the filter frame downwards to remove it.

Setting the Weekly Timer
Note Use the weekly timer in the base casing to control the illumination lamps in the unit
(standby light).

1. Rotate the programme disc in the direction of the arrow until the large white arrow
tip points to the current day of the week and time.
2. Push in the slide switches above the times (day and time) when you want the
illumination lamps to be on.
The slide switches will lock into position.
The shortest switching interval in the weekly programme is 2 hours.

Inserting the Filter Frame
1. Hold the filter frame by the handle (18/1).
2. Move the handle under the foam-covered front edge of the bed.
3. Insert the guiding pins (18/9) on the filter frame into the drilled holes of the base.
4. Swing the filter frame and handle towards the base.
5. Turn the bolts (18/2) to the vertical position.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel to the Front of the Base
1. Insert the bottom slits of the covering panel (18/8) into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely.

6 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE

Always unplug the unit from the mains!
The company using the unit must ensure that the unit is always operated in perfect
condition.
Ensure the technical equipment is serviced and checked regularly.
Additional measures such as preventing unauthorised access, are required when
repairing or restarting the unit after servicing.
Only authorised persons may work on the unit, please contact your specialist dealer
or uwe.
Never do any work which will impair the safety of the unit.
Always obtain original spare parts from your specialist stockist or from uwe. Liability
cannot be accepted if other lamps, burners or starters are installed other than uwe
original parts.
Never operate the unit without the acrylic panels.
The large covering panel (31/2) can be supported by a frame (31/1) when working
on the canopy, i.e. the covering panel need not be removed completely.
The canopy is secured by a safety stay.

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6.1 Changing the Acrylic Panel
The acrylic panels are special panels with a high ultraviolet transmission level.
They should therefore never be replaced with window glass or commercial Plexiglas
(perspex) because they partially or completely filter out the ultraviolet rays. Always
obtain the original acrylic panels from your specialist dealer or the unit manufacturer.
On delivery, the acrylic panel is covered on both sides with protective foil. Remove this
foil before fitting the panel to the tanning unit. Never operate the unit without the
acrylic panel as this will affect lamp cooling.

The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage.

The acrylic panel of the canopy, the side tanner and the bed panel are frosted on
one side (light glass).
1. During installation ensure that the frosted side of the acrylic panel always faces
the lamps.
2. Do not use polish on the frosted side of the acrylic panel.

6.1.1 Acrylic Panel on Bed
Note There are 2 acrylic panels on top of one another in the bed. The back long side of the
upper bed panel (acrylic panel) is inserted in a clamping rail which can be pulled
forward approx. 5 cm on 2 pins.

Removing the Acrylic Panels
1. Using a screwdriver, press the bolt (3/2) down and turn it 90 degrees.
2. Do the same with the second bolt. The bed panel moves up a little.
3. Hold the bed panel (3/1) along the front long edge.
4. Pull the bed panel and clamping rail (8/2) approx. 5 cm forward until the clamping
rail engages with its pins (8/3).
5. Remove the bed panel and clamping rail.
6. Remove the corrugated acrylic panel below the bed panel.

Fitting the Acrylic Panels
1. Insert the lower (corrugated) acrylic panel in the bed.

The wider gaps in the corrugated acrylic panel should be at the foot end of the bed.
2. Hook the bed panel, with the pins (8/3) on the clamping rail (8/2), back into the
fixture (8/4).
3. Place the bed panel on the bed.
4. Turn both bolts (3/2) back 90 degrees.
5. Push the bed panel back until it engages.

6.1.2 Acrylic Panel on Side Tanner
Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Lift up the operating panel (8/1). The operating panel locks into position.
2. Turn the 3 bolts (6/1) to the horizontal position.
3. Tilt the acrylic panel (6/2) forwards onto its long side.
4. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lengthways groove (6/3).

Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Lift up the operating panel (8/1).
The operating panel locks into position.
2. Lift the acrylic panel according to the screen printing.
3. Insert the acrylic panel (6/2) into the lengthways groove (6/3).
4. Move the acrylic panel back against the side tanner.
5. Turn the 3 bolts (6/1) to the vertical position.
6. Lower the operating panel (8/1). The operating panel locks into position.

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6.1.3 Acrylic Panel on Canopy
Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the horizontal position.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) forwards.
3. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lengthways groove (7/3).

Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Position the acrylic panel in the lengthways groove (6/3) according to the screen
printing.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) towards the canopy.
3. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the vertical position.

6.2 Servicing the High-Pressure Burners
The high-pressure burners should only be used with the two filter discs. If the discs are
damaged or missing the unit must not be operated. Danger of burning! Danger of
blinding!
If the face tanner is switched on again straight away, depending on the type, it will
either not ignite immediately or will not produce full power as it requires an approx. 4-
minute cooling off phase.
When replacing the high-pressure burner, please contact the unit manufacturer or
your specialist dealer. No liability can be accepted if anything other than an original
burner is installed.

BREAKSAFE
The transparent filter discs of the VX and HD units and shoulder tanners are protected
by a BREAKSAFE device. Should one of the transparent filter discs break, the power
supply is interrupted and the unit can only be restarted when the filter disc has been
replaced with a new one.

6.2.1 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Side Tanner

Warning!
Hold the high-pressure burner by the rectangular base (10/1) only.
Never pull the high-pressure burner by the glass bulb.
Never touch the glass bulb of the high-pressure burner with your fingers.
If you touch the glass bulb by accident, wipe off the fingerprints with a clean cloth
soaked in alcohol.

Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Lift up the operating panel (8/1). The operating panel locks into position.
2. Turn the 3 bolts (6/1) to the horizontal position.
3. Tilt the acrylic panel forwards onto its long side (6/2).
4. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lower lengthways groove (6/3).

Removing the High-Pressure Burner
1. Remove the U.P.P lamps (9/7) above the high-pressure burner case (VX unit only).
2. Slacken the 4 screws M6 x 10 (9/5) and remove the complete case (9/6), including
the filter discs.
3. Holding the high-pressure burner (10/2) by the rectangular base (10/1),
push it lengthways into the holder (10/3) from one side until it is free on the other
side.
4. Remove the burner by pulling down.

Cleaning the Reflector
Clean the reflector (10/4) with a clean cloth soaked in alcohol.

Fitting the High-Pressure Burner
1. Hold the new high-pressure burner (10/2) by the base (10/1).
2. Insert the burner (10/2) into the holder (10/3).
3. Push the holder back.
4. Insert the burner.

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Removing the Filter Plates
1. Remove the case (9/6) with the filter plates.
2. Unscrew both cylindrical screws M4 (9/1) and remove the covering plate (9/2).
3. Remove the blue filter plate (9/4) and the transparent filter plate (9/3).

Cleaning the Filter Plates
1. Clean both filter plates (9/3, 9/4) with warm water. A little washing-up liquid may
be added to the water.
2. Rub the filter plates dry with a clean cloth.

Fitting the Filter Plates
Warning:
When assembling: Blue filter plate nearest the user!
Transparent filter plate nearest the burner!
The side tanner must not be used without the filter plates.

1. Insert the cleaned filter plates.
2. Refit the covering plate (9/2) with the screws (9/1).
3. Secure the completely assembled case (9/6) with the cleaned discs using the
screws M6 x 10 (9/5).

The lug of the microswitch for the BREAKSAFE fuse is automatically pressed back as
you do so.
4. Fit the U.P.P lamps (9/7) (VX unit only).

Fitting the Acrylic Glass Panel
1. Lift up the interior operating panel (8/1). The interior operating panel locks into
position.
3. Position the acrylic panel in the lengthways groove (6/3) according to the
screen printing.
4. Move the acrylic panel back against the side tanner.
5. Turn the 3 bolts (6/1) to the vertical position.
6. Lower the interior operating panel (8/1). The interior operating panel locks into
position.

6.2.2 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Canopy
Warning!
Hold the high-pressure burner by the rectangular base (12/2) only.
Never pull the high-pressure burner by the glass bulb.
Never touch the glass bulb of the high-pressure burner with your fingers.
If you touch the glass bulb by accident, wipe off the fingerprints with a clean cloth
soaked in alcohol.

Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the horizontal position.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) forwards onto the long side.
3. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lower lengthways groove (7/3).

Removing the High-Pressure Burner
1. Remove the U.P.P lamps (11/1) used for facial tanning (VX unit only).
2. Choose the appropriate side. The high-pressure burners in the canopy are located
under two disc holders which can be swivelled against one another.
3. Slacken both screws M6 x 10 (11/2).
4. Hold the disc holder (12/6) with both hands and swivel it towards the canopy holder.
5. Unhook the disc holder (12/6) from the hook (12/5).
6. Hold the high-pressure burner (12/3) by the rectangular base (12/2)
7. Push the burner lengthways into the holder (12/1) from one side until it is free on
the other side.
8. Remove the burner.

Cleaning the Reflector
Clean the reflector (12/4) with a clean cloth soaked in alcohol.

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Fitting the High-Pressure Burner
1. Hold the new high-pressure burner by the base (12/2).
2. Insert the burner (12/3) into the holder (12/1).
3. Push the holder back.
4. Insert the burner.

Removing the Filter Plates
1. Hold the disc holder (13/5).
2. Unscrew the 2 cylindrical screws (13/1) and remove the covering plate (13/2).
3. Remove the blue filter plate (13/4) and the transparent filter plate base.

Cleaning the Filter Plates
1. Clean both filter plates with warm water. A little washing-up liquid may be added
to the water.
2. Rubthe filter plates dry with a clean cloth.

Fitting the Filter Plates
When assembling: Blue filter plate nearest the user!
Transparent filter plate nearest the burner!
The high-pressure burners must not be used without the filter plates.
1. Insert the cleaned filter plates.
2. Refit the covering plate (13/2).
3. Repeat with the other filter plates.
4. Hook the completely assembled disc holder (12/6) with the cleaned filter plates
onto the hook (12/5).
5. Swivel the disc holder towards the canopy.
The lug of the microswitch for the BREAKSAFE fuse is automatically pressed back as
you do so.
6. Secure the disc holders with the screws (11/2).
7. Fit the U.P.P lamps (11/1) (VX unit only).

Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Position the acrylic panel (7/2) into the lengthways groove (7/3) according to
the screen printing.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel towards the canopy.
3. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the vertical position.

6.2.3 Changing the High-Pressure Burner in the Shoulder Tanner
Warning!
Hold the high-pressure burner by the rectangular base (15/2) only.
Never pull the high-pressure burner by the glass bulb.
Never touch the glass bulb of the high-pressure burner with your fingers.
If you touch the glass bulb by accident, wipe off the fingerprints with a clean cloth
soaked in alcohol.

Dismantling the Acrylic Panel on the Shoulder Tanner
1. Unscrew the screws (14/1).
2. Remove the acrylic panel (14/2).

Lifting up the Bed Panel
1. Using a screwdriver, press the bolt (3/2) down and turn it 90 degrees.
2. Do the same with the second bolt. The bed panel moves up a little.
3. Holding the bed panel (4/1) along the front edge, pull it approx. 5 cm
forwards until the clamping rail engages with the pins (8/3).
4. Lift up the bed panel.
5. Support the bed panel in the centre with the frame (4/3).

Removing the High-Pressure Burner
1. Unscrew the screw (14/7) and dismantle the air distribution cover (14/6).
Ensure that the screws do not fall into the air shaft.
2. Unscrew the screws (14/4) and remove the panel holder (14/3) upwards.
3. Hold the high-pressure burner by the rectangular base (15/2).
4. Push the burner lengthways into the holder (15/1) from one side until it is free on
the other side.
5. Remove the burner.
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Cleaning the Reflectors
Clean the reflector (15/8) with a clean cloth soaked in alcohol.

Fitting the High-Pressure Burner
1. Hold the new high-pressure burner (15/6) by the base (15/2).
2. Insert the burner in the holder (15/1).
3. Push the holder back.
4. Insert the burner.

Removing the Filter Plates
1. Hold the disc holder (15/5).
2. Remove the blue filter plate (15/4) and the transparent filter plate base.

Cleaning the Filter Plates
1. Clean both filter plates with warm water. A little washing-up liquid may be added
to the water.
2. Rub the filter plates dry with a clean cloth.

Fitting the Filter Plates
Warning:
When assembling: Blue filter plate nearest the user!
Transparent filter plate nearest the burner!
The high-pressure burners must not be used without the filter plates.
Insert the cleaned filter plates in the disc holder (15/5) as far as they will go.

Assembling the Shoulder Tanner
1. Insert the disc holder (14/3) from above.
Ensure you do not knock or damage the rubber seal (14/5).
2. Secure the disc holder (14/3) with the 2 screws (14/4).
3. Secure the air distribution cover (14/6) with 1 screw (14/7).

Lowering the Bed Panel
1. Secure the rod (4/3) in its holder.
2. Lower the bed panel (4/1).
3. Turn the bolts (3/2) back 90 degrees.
4. Push the bed panel back until it engages.

Assembling the Acrylic Panel of the Shoulder Tanner
1. Fit the acrylic panel (14/2).
2. Screw in the screws (14/1).

6.3 Changing the Lamps
Burning-in the Lamps
New lamps differ slightly in colour, but these differences disappear over time. The lamps
are darker at the ends. This is a physical property and not a fault with the lamps.

6.3.1 Changing the Long Sunlamp
Changing the Lamp
1. Remove the appropriate acrylic panel (see Section 6.1).
2. Turn the sunlamp (5/11) in either direction until the contact pins (5/9) can be
seen in the slot (5/8) of the lamp holder.
3. Remove the lamp.
4. Clean the reflector (5/3) with a cloth soaked in alcohol.
5. Hold the new sunlamp horizontal so that the contact pins (5/9) are lined up
vertically.
6. Press the sunlamp into the lamp holder in this position. Turn the sunlamp
90 degrees so that the notch (5/10) in the metal ring at the end of the lamp is
at the top.
If using a reflector lamp, the lighter reflector side of the lamp must face the unit and
the stamp on the lamp must face the user.
7. Fit the appropriate acrylic panel.

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6.3.2 Changing the U.P.P-Lamp
Changing the U.P.P Lamp
1. Remove the appropriate acrylic panel (see Section 6.1).
2. Turn the lamp (5/2) in either direction so that the contact pin (5/4) appears in the
slot in the holder which is open at the bottom (5/6).
3. Remove the lamp by pulling it downwards.
4. Hold the new lamp horizontal so that the contact pins (5/4) are lined up vertically.
5. Insert the lamp in this position into the groove which is open at the bottom
(5/6). Tilt the lamp so that the contact pin fits securely into the socket of the holder.
6. Turn the lamp so that the second contact pin clips into the other socket.
7. Fit the appropriate acrylic panel.

6.3.3 Changing the Illumination Lamp
There is an illumination lamp behind the front canopy holder and, on some models,
along the front edge of the bed (floor light).

• Canopy Illumination Lamp
Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the horizontal position.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) forwards.
3. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lower lengthways groove (7/3).

Changing the Lamp
1. Remove the first two sunlamps behind the front canopy bracket (26/1).
The illumination lamp (26/2) is located underneath these sunlamps.
2. Change the illumination lamp (see Chapter 6.3.1).
3. Fit the sunlamps.

Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Position the acrylic panel in the lengthways groove (6/3) according to the screen
printing.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) towards the canopy.
3. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the vertical position.

• Bed Illumination Lamp (floor light)
(all units except BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS, BLACK BEAUTY)
Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slots.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling it forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Changing the Lamp
1. Slacken the 2 screws 6.3 x 16 (16/2).
2. Hold the handle (16/3) and pull out the bed approx. 20 cm.
3. Look underneath the front edge of the bed (16/1). This is where the illumination
lamp (16/4) is located.
4. Exchange the illumination lamp (see Section 6.3.1).
5. Hold the handle of the bed (16/3) and push the bed back as far as it will go.
6. Tighten down the 2 screws 6.3 x 16 (16/2).

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Insert the bottom slits (18/8) of the covering panel into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely.

6.3.4 Canopy Panel Lighting on POWER FOR YOU, X-TREME BLACK-POWER, POWER
OF LOVE Units
Removing the small cover panel
1. Position the solid rubber sucker (31/3) supplied on the small cover panel (31/4).
2. Pull the panel up a little with the sucker.
3. Guide the lugs at the back of the small cover panel (31/4) out of their slits in
the large cover panel (31/2).
4. Remove the cover panel upwards.

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Dismantling the large Covering Panel
1. Slacken the 2 screws (31/5).
2. Press the front side of the covering panel and simultaneously tilt upwards
until the lugs slip out of their slits in the light panel (17/16).

Removing the Light Panel
1. Unscrew the screws (17/17) from the light panel (17/16).
2. Swing the light panel out a little.
3. Disconnect the 2 cables from the printed circuit board on the light panel.
4. Remove the light panel.

Changing the Lighting Lamp
1. Unscrew the screws (17/3).
2. On the POWER OF LOVE unit remove the Heart emblem (17/14).
3. Withdraw the halogen lamp (17/10).
4. Fit the new halogen lamp into the holder.
Do not touch the lamp with your fingers.
If this does not work, replace the temperature fuse (17/9).
5. Refit the light panel and the two covers on the canopy.

6.3.5 Light Panel Illumination on FUNATIC RAVE, FUNATIC LOOP Units
Removing the small Canopy Covering Panel
1. Position the solid rubber sucker (31/3) supplied on the small cover panel (31/4).
2. Pull the panel up a little with the sucker.
3. Guide the lugs at the back of the small cover panel (31/4) out of their slits in the
large cover panel (31/2).
4. Remove the cover panel upwards.

Dismantling the large Canopy Covering Panel
1. Slacken the 2 screws (31/5).
2. Press the front side of the covering panel and simultaneously tilt upwards
until the lugs slip out of their slits in the light panel (17/16).

Removing the Light Panel
1. Unscrew the screws (17/17) from the light panel (17/16).
2. Swing the light panel out a little.
3. Disconnect the 2 cables from the printed circuit board on the light panel.
4. Remove the light panel.

Changing the Lamp
1. Press the grip (17/7) back a little.
2. Turn the illumination lamp (17/4) in any direction until the contact pins can be
seen in the slot in the lamp holder.
3. Remove the lamp.
4. Withdraw the coloured tube (17/12) from the lamp.
5. Take the new lamp and push the coloured tube on to it.
6. Hold the new sunlamp horizontal so that the contact pins are lined up horizontally.
7. Press the sunlamp into the lamp holder in this position. Turn the sunlamp 90 degrees
so that the notch (5/10) in the metal ring at the end of the lamp is at the top.
8. Turn the coloured tube until the grip (17/7) engages in the slit (17/6).
9. Refit the light panel and the canopy covering panels.

6.3.6 uwe Light Logo in the Bed
Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel will
automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Replacing the Lamp
The light casing (18/3) with the lamp is beneath the sliding lip.
1. Remove the screws (18/6).
2. Swing the light casing (18/3) down.
3. Withdraw the lamp (18/5) from its holder (18/4) and fit the new lamp into the holder.
4. Re-assemble the light casing.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Hook the covering panel (18/8) with its lower slits into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely
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6.3.7 Emblem Lighting (POWER FOR YOU Unit only)
Removing the Small Canopy Covering Panel
1. Position the solid rubber sucker (31/3) supplied on the small cover panel (31/4).
2. Pull the panel up a little with the sucker.
3. Guide the lugs at the back of the small cover panel (31/4) out of the slits in
the large cover panel (31/2).
4. Remove the cover panel upwards.

Dismantling the large Canopy Covering Panel
1. Slacken the 2 screws (31/5).
2. Press the front long side of the covering panel (31/2) and simultaneously tilt upwards
until the lugs slip out of the slits in the light panel (17/16).

Replacing the Emblem Lamp
1. Slide the clip (17/5) to the side.
2. Pull the slider (17/2) on the lamp holder.
3. Change the lamp (17/3).
4. Move the clip (17/5) back.
5. Refit the large and small covering panels of the canopy.

6.4 Changing the Filter Mats
The air used to cool the unit is passed over micro-filter mats as it enters the unit. These
mats filter out fluff, hair, dust particles etc. to minimise the need for cleaning internal
parts such as lamps. The filtered particles clog the mats after long-term use and reduce
the cooling effect of the unit, the filter mats should therefore be replaced from time to
time to prevent the unit overheating. The frequency of replacement depends on the
operating time and the amount of dirt collected.
Always fit original filter mats obtainable from your specialist dealer or unit manufacturer.
With the BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY units, the filters should be checked
every 200 operating hours.

Note The other units have the service module (see Section 5.3). An exclamation mark appears
on the external display to indicate when for example the filter mats need replacing.

6.4.1 Filter mats in the Base Casing
Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Replacing the Filter Mats
1. Pull the wire clips (18/10) out of the filter frame (18/1).
2. Replace the filter mats (18/11).
3. Reattach the wire clips.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Take hold of the covering panel (18/8).
2. Insert the bottom slits of the covering panel into the spring clips (18/7).
3. Press the covering panel on completely.

6.4.2 Filter Mats in the Canopy
Removing the Small Canopy Covering Panel
1. Position the solid rubber sucker (31/3) supplied on the small cover panel (31/4).
2. Pull the panel up a little with the sucker.
3. Guide the lugs at the back of the small cover panel (31/4) out of the slits in
the large cover panel (31/2).
4. Lift away the small covering panel.

Replacing the Filter Mats
1. Remove the wire clips (31/7) which hold the filter mats (31/6) in place.
2. Insert new filter mat (31/6) according to the shape.
3. Replace the wire clips (31/7).

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Fit the small canopy covering panel.
1. Stand in front of the unit.
2. Take hold of the small covering panel (31/4).
3. Clip the lugs on the back of the small covering panel into the slits in
the large covering panel (31/2).
4. Lower the covering panel down and insert it into the lugs on the opposite side of
the panel.

6.5 Changing the AROMA Containers
Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).
3. Remove the covering grille (27/6).

Replacing the AROMA Containers
1. Using a coin, turn the bolt (27/4) to the vertical position.
2. Pull out the drawer (27/3) containing the four AROMA containers.
3. Replace the AROMA containers (27/1).

Remember to remove the lids of the new AROMA containers you have fitted.

4. Push the drawer back in as far as it will go.
5. Lift the draw a little then insert the tip of the bolt (27/4) into the socket (27/8)
and then turn with a coin to the horizontal position.
6. Refit the covering grille (27/6).

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Take hold of the covering panel (18/8).
2. Insert the bottom slits of the covering panel into the spring clips (18/7).
3. Press the covering panel on completely.

6.6 Changing the BREEZE Module
For health reasons, regular tap water or only distilled water must not be used.
Always use the water provided by uwe in the original water canister - this water is
distilled three times and is sterile.

Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Changing the water pouch
1. Pull the silicone tube (24/3) out of the empty canister.
2. Unscrew the sealed cap from the full canister and screw the cap (24/2) with
the hole and connection piece from the empty canister onto it.
3. Insert the tube (24/3) through the hole and push it until it touches the base of the
canister.
4. Place the canister in the space in the base where the empty canister was situated.

Warning! You must now bleed the BREEZE system.

5. Enter service menu 2 (Section 5.2) to bleed the system.
6. In the Bleed BREEZE position, press the BINGO button (max. 1 minute) until the
nozzle produces a fine, cone-shaped spray of water.
Wait 1 minute before re-starting the pump of the BREEZE system.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Hook the covering panel (18/8) with its lower slots into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely.

6.7 Safety Stay in the Support Arms
The canopy cannot be lowered again if the safety stay activates.

Please contact your uwe Customer Service if this happens.

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7 TIPS FOR RECTIFYING SMALLER FAULTS

Unplug the unit before you begin servicing and repair work.
Repairs must only be carried out by uwe or authorised persons.
Safety features must not be disassembled or put out of operation.
The unit must be tested to DIN VDE 0701 and a report written (with copy) after all
repair work is complete. The operator must keep a copy of the report and send a
copy to uwe Customer Services.

• Dark spots on the ends of the lamps
Dark spots which appear on the ends of the lamps when switched off have no effect
on the performance of the unit. Change the starter as a precautionary measure.

• One or several lamps not lit (change starter)
Changing the Starter
1. Remove the appropriate acrylic panel.
2. Check that the lamp is inserted correctly.
3. Check that the starter is inserted correctly.
4. Remove the starter of the lamp (see Table 2) which does not light by turning it
anticlockwise and then reinsert by turning clockwise.
5. If the lamp still does not work, try inserting the starter of an intact lamp.
6. If this does not work, you must check the lamp.
7. Insert the lamp which does not work into a lamp holder where the lamp
does work. If the lamp does not work it is faulty and must be replaced. If it does
work however there is an electric fault in the unit.

Inspection by uwe or an inspection centre named by uwe.

Starter position Action
Canopy In back of canopy Remove covering panel
Side tanner At bottom of side Pull out the Bed
tanner
Bed Lamp holder Remove acrylic panel
at top of bed
Illumination lamp At lamp holder
Table 2

The tanning canopy or tanning bed becomes too hot
1. Check if the air filters (filter mats) are blocked.
2. With direct air return, ensure that the warmed cooling air is discharged into the
atmosphere without excessive loss. The air must not be trapped in the hose or
in the ventilation duct as this can cause the unit to overheat. The extractor
hose must not have any kinks in it.

Inspection by uwe or an inspection centre authorised by uwe.

8 DISPOSAL
Lamp
Fluorescent lamps, U.P.P lamps and high-pressure burners are hazardous waste. They
cannot be disposed of with domestic waste. The local authorities provide information
about how best to dispose of these lamps.

Unit
Faulty units should be disposed of according to local regulations.

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INFORMATION FOR THE ENGINEER AND UWE SPECIALIST

9 INSTALLATION OF THE PROFI UNIT
The unit may only be set up by uwe personnel or authorised persons. At least two
people are required to set up the unit. The rooms in which the units are set up in must
be well ventilated otherwise there is a risk of overheating.

9.1 Place of Installation and Condition on Delivery
The unit is transported and delivered pre-assembled on a pallet. (Exception: the covering
panel for the body cooling unit is delivered separately). The unit is firmly secured on
the pallet with straps and wrapped in protective material. The pallet is unloaded on-
site using a hydraulic ramp or a fork-lift truck. The unit must be dismantled on the pallet
and then reassembled at the installation site. All units are intended solely for tanning
indoors. The unit may only be operated in dry rooms and must not be exposed to
hazardous explosives. The rooms must be well-ventilated.

9.2 Assembly and Installation
Note Remove the straps and packaging material.

9.2.1 Dismantling the Bed
Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering panel
will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Removing both Filter Frames
1. Turn the bolts (18/2) to the horizontal position.
2. Hold the filter frame by the handle (18/1).
3. Lift the filter frame with its guiding pins (18/9) out of the holes.
4. Place the filter frame with its guiding pins on the floor.
5. Thread the filter frame downwards and remove it.
6. Dismantle the second filter frame in the same way.
7. Take both filter frames to the installation site.

Removing the Bed Panel
1. Push up the canopy.
2. Remove the head cushioning and various individual parts, e.g. the fan cowl (23/4).
3. Using a screwdriver press the bolt (3/2) down, and turn it 90 degrees
4. Do the same with the second bolt. The bed panel moves up a little.
5. Hold the bed panel (3/1) by its front long edge.
6. Pull the bed panel and clamping rail (3/3) approx. 5 cm forward until the
clamping rail engages.
7. Remove the bed panel and clamping rail.

Pulling out the Bed
1. Completely unscrew the two screws 6 x 16 (16/2) on the underside of the bed.
2. Pull out the bed using the handle (16/3) as far as it will go.
3. Loosen the retaining cord (16/5) on the back of the bed.

Check that the plug-in connection (20/10) between the bed and the bed board
(No. 6) is disconnected.

4. Pull out the bed again and lift up (the bed should be lifted by two people.)
5. Carry the bed to the installation site.

9.2.2 Dismantling the Boards and Air Conditioning Casing (if applicable)
Separating the Plug-In Connections
1. Remove the retaining frame (25/3) and holder (25/4) above the cables.
2. Pull the sockets (20/6) from the plugs (20/5).
3. Unscrew the screws (20/3).
4. Remove the holders (20/4) with the plugs (20/5).
5. Pull the plugs (20/18) out of the sockets (20/20) which are fixed on the control
board.
Do not disconnect the power cable from the control board (20/1).
6. Separate all other plug connections between the unit and boards.
7. Remove the cable (20/15) from the main processor board (20/16).

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Dismantling the Boards and Air Conditioning Casing (if fitted).
1. Remove the retaining frame in front of the air conditioning unit.
2. Withdraw the air conditioning unit (20/13) a little.
3. Disconnect the 3-pin coupling (20/11) on the air conditioning unit from the
coupling (20/12) coming from the terminal in the right-hand base section.
4. Pull the 6 boards (nos. 1-6) and the assembly plate with the main processor board
(20/17) from the guide rails.
The mains cable (29/5) runs to the exterior via a pressure screw at the rear of
the unit.
5. Slacken the retaining clip on the large pressure screw (29/4) at the rear of the unit.
6. Pull the mains cable through to the inside.
7. Remove the control board (20/1) and mains cable.
8. Slacken the retaining clip on the small pressure screw.
9. Pull the coding cable (29/6) through to the inside.

9.2.3 Dismantling the Side Tanner
Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Lift up the operating panel (8/1).
The operating panel locks into position.
2. Turn the 3 bolts (6/1) to the horizontal position.
3. Tilt the acrylic panel (6/2) forwards onto the long edge.
4. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lower lengthways groove (6/3).

Dismantling the Side Tanner
1. Remove the sunlamps (30/4) of the side tanner in the body part of the unit.
2. This applies to all units apart from the U.P.P version.
Dismantle the frame on which the lamp holders are mounted at the bottom of
the unit and tilt it inwards.
3. Slacken the 4 screws 8 x 15 (30/2) with washers (30/3) which secure the side
tanner to the bracket of the frame holders.
4. Remove the side tanner.

9.2.4 Dismantling the Extractor Unit
Loosening the Expansion Bellows
1. Loosen the lower spring clips (21/2) of the two bellows (21/1).
2. Push the expansion bellows upwards.

Dismantling the Air Duct
1. Loosen the 3 accessible screws (21/3).
2. Remove the air duct (21/4).

Dismantling the Extractor Chimney
1. Remove the caps (21/7) and unscrew the screws (21/8) with their inserts (21/9).
2. Carry the extractor chimney (21/5) to the installation site.

Dismantle the cover plate and guide plates at the rear of the unit.
1. Remove the caps (21/7) and unscrew the screws (21/8) with their inserts.
2. Carry the cover plate (21/20) to the installation site.
3. Dismantle the two guide plates (21/11) for the louvre.

9.2.5 Dismantling the Casing
All the plastic casing sections for the base are secured to the base with EJOT-PT
screws 6 x 20 and held together with connecting lugs.
1. Disconnect the yellow cable (22/1) for the shoulder tanner and the fan cable
(22/2) from the terminal on the right at the back of the base.
2. Remove the connecting lugs (22/6 and 23/2) from between the casing sections
and unscrew the EJOT-PT screws from the base.
3. Remove the casing section with the shoulder tanners (22/3).
4. Remove the casing sections (22/5, 22/7, 23/1, 23/6) from the corners of the base.

Note The cables for the BINGO loudspeaker etc. can be left fitted to the corresponding
casing section.
The casing section (23/4) for the body cooling element is delivered separately and
need not be dismantled here.

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9.2.6 Dismantling the Canopy
Removing the Small Canopy Covering Panel
1. Place the solid rubber sucker (31/3) supplied on the small covering panel.
2. Pull the panel up a little with the sucker.
3. Guide the lugs at the back of the small cover panel (31/4) out of the slits in
the large cover panel (31/2).
4. Lift the cover panel up and away.

Removing the Large Canopy Covering Panel
1. Stand behind the unit.
2. Slacken the 2 screws (31/5).
3. Press the front side of the covering panel and simultaneously tilt upwards until the
lugs slip out of the slits in the light panel (17/16).
3. Remove the covering panel.

Removing the Acrylic Panel
1. Turn the 4 bolts (7/1) to the horizontal position.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel (7/2) forwards.
3. Lift the acrylic panel out of the lower lengthways groove (7/3).

Disconnecting the BREEZE Pipes
Note The BREEZE unit in the base is connected by a black PA pipe (24/7) to the pump in
the canopy and by a light silicone pipe (24/6) to the nozzle in the canopy.
1. Press the silver-coloured slider of the coupler (24/8).
2. Pull out the plug (24/9).
3. Pull the two hose connector sections (24/4, 24/5) apart.

Removing the Canopy
Note Some tips for easier canopy removal:
1. Press the canopy down.
2. Push a 7 mm diameter pin (28/8, part no. 260 551) through the slit in the
mechanism (28/6) on each side of the retaining arm.
The 2 pins are assembly aids only and must be removed once the canopy is
assembled.

Next steps
3. Dismantle the louvre (31/8) together with its mounting rail (31/10).
4. Unscrew the 8 cylindrical screws (28/1), 8 x 20, and washers.
5. Lift up the canopy above the retaining brackets (28/7).
6. Take the canopy to the installation site.

Avoid damaging the aluminium panel (30/5) if placing the canopy on the floor.

9.2.7 Dismantling the Base
Note Leave the AROMA module (27/3) and the BREEZE module (24/1) in the base casing.

Opening the Base
Note The base casing consists of 2 elements which are held together by screws.
1. Separate the plug connection (25/8, 25/9) between the right and left hand sections
of the base.
2. Remove the 6 screws 6.3 x 16 (25/13) with their lock washers (25/14).
3. Take the 2 base sections to the installation site.

Dismantle the retaining arms (if necessary because of space).
1. Remove the fixing screws (25/10, 25/12) that are screwed into the retaining arms
at the side and rear.
2. Remove the retaining brackets by lifting upwards.

9.2.8 Installing the Extractor Unit
Installing the Extractor Unit
Install the extractor unit (21/5) in the centre at the back of the tanning room.

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9.2.9 Assembling the Base
Assembling the Base
1. Arrange the two sections of the base in the tanning room as shown in Figure 25.
2. Assemble the base sections with the 6 screws 6.3 x 16 (25/13) and lock washers (25/14).
3. Make the plug-in connection (25/8, 25/9) between the right and left hand sections.

Assembling the Retaining Arms (if dismantled)
1. Take the retaining arms (25/6, 25/11) and guide them into the corresponding
recesses in the base from above.
The retaining brackets (25/7) for the side tanner should face inwards.
2. Attach each of the retaining arms from behind using 3 screws M10 x 16 (25/12)
and from the side with 4 screws M10 x 10 (25/10).
Make sure the short screws are tightened down at the side so as not to impair the
movement of the mechanism.

9.3 Assembling the Casing
The plastic corner sections around the base are secured with EJOT-PT screws 6 x 20
which are screwed in from inside the base.
Ensure that you insert the EJOT-PT screws vertically and screw them in vertically.
1. Fasten the front sections of the casing (22/7, 23/1) to the corners of the base using
4 screws for each.
2. Attach the lower rear vertical casing section (23/6) with 5 screws and the upper
rear vertical section (22/5) with 6 screws to the corner of the base.
3. Pull the cables of the upper vertical casing sections in through the slot in the right
hand base wall.
4. Pull out the AROMA module drawer (27/3).
5. Unscrew the cover plate (23/8).
6. Take hold of the covering panel (23/4) by the ventilation grille.
7. Attach this covering panel with 5 screws from inside the base.
Note You will have to reach through the hole in the coverplate (23/8) to fasten 3 of the
screws.
8. Connect the lower 3 vertical covering panels with the 2 connecting lugs (23/2).
9. Fit the cover plate (23/8).
10. Push the AROMA Module drawer back in.
11. Take the covering panel (22/3) with the shoulder tanners.
12. Pull the cables for the shoulder tanner (22/1) and fan (22/2) through the hole in the
right hand wall of the base.
13. Connect these cables to the terminal as shown on the wiring diagram.
14. Assemble the covering panel (22/3) to the wall of the base with 5 screws.
15. Connect the upper 3 vertical covering panels with the 2 lugs (22/6).

9.3.1 Assembling the Boards and Air Conditioning Unit
Inserting the Boards
Note The control board (20/1) has components on both sides.
1. Insert the control board in the left guide rail. The capacitors and timer (20/19)
point to the left.
2. Thread the mains cable (29/5) through the pressure screw (29/4) to the outside of
the unit.
3. Tighten the clip on the pressure screw (29/4).
4. Check that the coding cable (29/6) is through the pressure screw (29/3), that the
clip is tight and that the coding plug (29/2) is inserted into the socket (29/1) and
locked into position.
5. Insert the boards numbered 1 - 6 into the slots according to the numbering from
left to right (Figure 20).
The slits in boards 1 - 6 must always be at the front lower corner of the board.
6. Insert the board (20/17) with the main processor board into the corresponding
slot. The main processor board is on the right.
7. Pull the 29-way connector from the terminal at the rear left hand side of the base
through the square opening (20/8) to the front, and fit the plug into the socket on
the left hand side of the board (20/17).

Inserting the Air Conditioning Unit (if available as an accessory)
1. Connect the 3-pin coupling (20/11) of the air-conditioning unit with the coupling
(20/12) from the terminal in the right hand part of the base.
2. Push the air-conditioning unit into the slit as far as it will go at the back and to the
right up against the rubber seal.
3. Adjust the air conditioning unit with the mounting bracket (20/14).
The partition bracket (35/9) and partition (35/7) must be fitted if your unit is operated
with an air conditioning unit.
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9.3.2 Assembling the Canopy
Fitting the Canopy
1. Lift the canopy.
2. Hold the canopy above the retaining arms (28/7).
3. Insert the lugs (28/4) on the retaining arms into the holes (28/2) in the canopy.
Take care not to damage the aluminium rail (30/5)!
4. Fit the four screws 8 x 20 (28/1) on each side.
Ensure that the screws are tight.
If you followed the previous mounting suggestion:
1. Press the canopy down.
2. Remove the 2 pins (28/8) that you pushed through the holes in the retaining arm.

Next steps
Fitting the Air Duct
1. Fit the air duct (21/4).
2. Screw in the 3 accessible screws (21/3).

Fitting the Bellows
1. Pull the bellows down (21/1).
2. Fit the bellows to the air ducts using the appropriate spring clips (21/2).

Pull the cables through.
1. Pull the canopy cables through and down.
2. Fit the holders (20/4) with the plugs according to their numbering
(connector X11 etc.) in the holes in the base using 2 screws for each (20/3).
3. Pull the two cables (20/15) for the light panel down into the base through the
round 30 cm diameter hole (20/9) in the base and connect them to the main
processor board.

BREEZE
Note The BREEZE unit in the base is connected by a black PA pipe (24/7) to the pump in
the canopy and by a light silicone pipe (24/6) to the nozzle in the canopy.
1. Connect the coupler (24/8) and plug (24/9) together. The coupler and plug must
audibly engage.
2. Now connect the plug-in connector (24/4, 24/5) on the light silicone pipe.

Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Position the acrylic panel (7/2) in the lengthways groove (7/3) according to the
screen printing.
2. Tilt the acrylic panel towards the canopy.
3. Turn the 3 bolts (7/1) to the vertical position.

9.3.3 Assembling the Side Tanner
Mounting the Side Tanner
The face section of the side tanner must be at the top.
1. Slide the top of the side tanner into the side casing (30/6) until the edge of the side
tanner (30/8) is against the bracket (30/7).
2. Swing the bottom of the side tanner to the unit.
3. Lift up the operating panel (30/1).
The operating panel locks into position.
4. Line up the 4 pre-drilled holes in the side tanner with the holes in the 4 brackets (25/7).
5. Fit the 4 screws 8 x 15 (30/2) and washers (thick washer) from the inside of the
tanning area.
Ensure that the screws are tight.
6. If you have dismantled the frame for the lamp holders at the bottom of the unit,
replace and secure this now.
7. Fit the side tanner lamps (30/4).
8. Fit the plug with bracket (20/4) and 2 screws (58/4) in the corresponding hole
(connector X13) in the base with the 2 screws (20/3).
9. Attach the canopy cables (28/3) and the side tanner cable to the base
using the cable tidy (25/4).
10. Fit the cover (25/3) over the connections.
11. Pull the 2 cables of the interior operating panel through the round hole (20/9) in
the base and connect them into the corresponding sockets on the main processor
board (20/16).

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Fitting the Acrylic Panel
1. Lift up the operating panel (8/1).
2. Position the acrylic panel (6/2) in the lengthways groove (6/3) according to
the screen printing.
3. Move the acrylic panel back against the side tanner.
4. Turn the bolts (6/1) to the vertical position.

9.3.4 Mounting the Covering Panels in the Canopy, Louvre and Extractor Chimney
Mounting the Louvre
The louvre (31/8) is attached to the canopy frame by its mounting rail (31/10) from
behind.

Mounting the Cover Plate
1. Mount the cover plate (21/10) to the rear corner casing sections with the inserts
(21/9), screws (21/8) and caps (21/10).
2. The two guide lugs (21/11) for the louvre are attached with the inserts (21/9), screws
(21/8) and caps (21/7).

Mounting the Extractor Chimney (21/5)
The extractor chimney (21/5) is mounted with the inserts (21/9) and screws (21/8 and 21/7).

Fitting the Large Canopy Covering Panel (31/2)
1. Stand in front of the unit and press the canopy down.
2. Put the rear edge of the covering panel in the lengthways grooves in the
mounting rail (31/10).
3. Push the covering panel back and guide the lugs on the covering panel into
the holes in the light panel (17/16).
4. Place the covering panel on the canopy.
5. Fit the 2 screws (31/5).

Fitting the Small Canopy Covering Panel
1. Stand in front of the unit.
2. Take hold of the small covering panel (31/4).
3. Clip the lugs at the back of the small covering panel into the holes in the
large covering panel (31/2).
4. Swing the covering panel down and locate the lugs on the opposite side.

9.3.5 Connecting the Plug-In Connections
1. Make all the plug-in connections except for the connection between the
bed and the bed board (20/10).
2. The plug connections can be found in Table 3.
3. As you make the plug connections, pull them along the front slits in the boards.
Unit VX Control board Canopy Side Bed Terminal in Speakers Interior Exterior Temperature Audio- BINGO loud Terminal in
board No .3 No .3 tanner base, right operating panel operating panel sensor source speaker base, left
Board No. 29-pin. B 18-pin. B 29-pin. S
Nr. 1 18-pin. S
Board No. 29-pin. B 18-pin. B 29-pin. S
Nr. 2 9-pin. S
Board No. 29-pin. B 18-pin. B 29-pinl. S
Nr. 3 18-pin. S
Board No. 29-pin. B 29-pin. S
Nr. 4 9-pin. S 9-pin. B
Board No. 29-pin. B 18-pin. B 29-pin. S
Nr. 5 18-pin. S
Board No. 29-pin. B 29-pin. S
Nr. 6 9-pin. S
Board No. 29-pin. S 29-pin. B 6-pin. V 24-pol. S
Nr. 7 29-pin. S 29-pin. B
6-pin. V
29-pin. B
(on bracket)
Main processor 20-pin. B 20-pin. V 26-pin. V 2-pin. V 2x2pin. V
board 26-pin. S 3-pin. S
on No. 7 3-pin. V
2-pin. V
2x2 pin.V
Amplifieron No.7 2x2 pin.V 2x2 pin. V
BINGO board 2-pin. V 2 pin.V
on No. 7
Air-conditioning 4-pin. V 4-pin. B
unit
AROMA-Module 9-pin. S 9-pol. B
Control board 29-pin. B 29-pol. S
(on bracket)
Terminal rear 18-pin. B 18-pin. S
Flap motor 4-pin. V 4-pol. V
connector

Table 3 B socket base S Pin base V Plug connection
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9.3.6 Assembling the Bed
Inserting the Bed
Note The edge with the foam padding must be at the front.
1. Pull the socket (20/10) of the bed board (No. 6) back through the square hole
(20/8) in the base.
2. Position the bed so that its back third is resting on the base.

Warning:
Take care not to trap the bed cable. It must drop into the base.
2. Push the whole bed back a little way by its handle (16/3) (like a drawer).
3. Attach the retaining cord (16/5) to the back of the bed.
4. Fit the 29-pin cable and plug of the bed into the socket on the bed board (20/10).
5. Push the bed back as far as it will go.
6. Tighten down the 2 screws 6 x 16 (16/2).
7. Check that all plug-in modules are pushed in and that all plug connections have
been made.

Fitting the Bed Panel (16/1)
1. Put the bed panel with the pins (8/3) on the clamping rail (8/2) into the fixture (8/4).
2. Place the bed panel on the bed.
3. Turn both bolts (3/2) back 90 degrees.
4. Push the bed panel back until it engages.

Inserting the Filter Frame
1. Hold the filter frame by the handle (18/1).
2. Move the handle under the foam-covered front edge of the bed.
3. Insert the filter frame with guiding pins (18/9) into the drilled holes in the base.
4. Swing the filter frame and handle towards the base.
5. Turn the bolts (18/2) to the vertical position.
6. Mount the second filter frame in the same way.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Take hold of the covering panel (18/8).
2. Insert the bottom slits of the covering panel into the spring clips (18/7).
3. Push the covering panel up until the top slits engage in the spring clips (18/7).

9.4 Connecting the Extractor
Warm Air Recirculation
You can close (max.) or open (min.) the extractor flap in the extractor duct (21/5)
or select a temperature for inside the unit.
Go into the service module (see Section 5.3.1).

Warning! Important Information!
The heated cooling air must be extracted from the extractor duct (21/5) of the unit
via a direct air outlet (central extractor duct). uwe recommends a special extractor
chimney (33/1, accessory) for this purpose.

Extractor Chimney (Accessory)
The air can be taken directly from the extractor duct of the unit to the cabin roof by a
special extractor chimney (33/1) which can be ordered from uwe.
The 2 main sections of the extractor chimney are telescopic so that the height of the
extractor chimney can be adjusted to the height of your unit.
An extractor hose or cap can be fitted to the extractor chimney using adapters to suit
your space requirements.
Check waht you need!

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Attaching the Extractor Chimney (Accessory)
1. Screw the extractor chimney onto the extractor duct (32/3) of the unit.
2. Pull up the upper section of the extractor chimney (32/2) up to suit your ceiling
height.
3. Fasten the top of the extractor chimney to the cabin wall or ceiling with the screws
(32/1).

Other Accessories
(33/1) Extractor duct with manifold, cover and hose connector, to fit ceiling heights
2.00-2.33 metres and 2.33-3.00 metres.
(33/2) Hose connector
(33/3) Extractor hose, diameter 300 mm
(33/4) Hose clip
(33/5) Connector
(33/6) Extractor hose casing (telescopic sections)
(33/7) Wall gland
(33/8) External shutter, automatic opening

Further information about effective ventilation can be found in the “VENTILATION
TIPS“ leaflet available either from us or from your uwe stockist.
Warning, Important Information! Please Read, Danger of Overheating!
If the extractor air is discharged into the atmosphere via a ventilation shaft, ensure
that there is minimum flow resistance inside the shaft. Fit a booster fan if required. We
advise you to consult an air-conditioning / ventilation engineer.
The discharge airflow is approx. 2,500 m3/hour, so the same amount of fresh air must
be sucked into the cabin of the unit, and you should therefore provide fresh air vents
in the cabin wall providing a total opening cross section of at least 2500 cm2.

9.5 Electrical Connection
Warning:
Electrical connections must be carried out by a qualified electrician in accordance
with the relevant DIN, VDE and UVV specifications. The persons setting up the unit must
test the unit and write a report (with copy) in accordance with DIN VDE 0701. The operator
must keep a copy of the report and send a copy to uwe Customer Services.

The unit is delivered fitted with a 5-core mains cable for connection to three-phase
current 400 V 3 N ~ 50 Hz, neutral and earth conductors. Each unit is supplied with a
wiring diagram.
The mains cable should be fitted with an isolator (plug, main switch fuses) to
allow the unit to be completely isolated from the mains.

9.6 Coin Meter or Central Desk Operation
The unit must be connected by a qualified electrician in accordance
with DIN VDE 0100.

Fitting the Coin Meter (34/1)
1. Open the unit.
2. Separate the cable connection between the door and housing.
3. Remove the main door and coin container.
4. Push out the holes you require in the housing for the power cable.
5. Screw the cable holders supplied into the openings.
6. Mount the unit with 3 rawlplugs and screws.
The unit must be fitted vertically to a solid, vibration-free wall.
7. Pull the mains cable and control wires through the cable holders.
8. Connect the cables to the labelled connections.
You must ensure that all poles of the coin meter can be isolated from the mains
(contact opening 3 mm); the unit must also be earthed.
9. Connect the cable connections between the mains supply circuit and the
main board and earth.
10. Insert the coin container and the main door.
11. Close the unit.

Information on operating and setting the unit can be found in the coin meter opera-
ting instructions.
For safety reasons, ensure that the maximum tanning session with this unit is limited to
30 minutes.

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9.7 Installing Air Conditioning at a Later Stage (Accessories)
Note If you order an air-conditioning unit at a later stage, the tanning unit must be modified.

Removing Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Grip the covering panel (18/8) by the ventilation slits.
2. Remove the covering panel by pulling forwards. The slits in the covering
panel will automatically be released from the spring clips (18/7).

Installing the Air-Conditioning Unit
1. Push the shaft with the flap (35/8) into the holes provided in the partition
plate (35/1).
2. After assembly, bend the straight end of the shaft into a right angle with pliers.
3. Fit the rubber seal on the right in the base casing.
4. Fit the partition bracket (35/9).
5. Connect the 3-pin coupling (35/3) of the air-conditioning unit to the coupling
(35/2) in the base.
6. Push the air-conditioning unit into the slit as far as it will go at the back and to the
right up against the rubber seal.
7. Attach the partition panel (35/7) to the left wall of the base casing and
the bottom of the base casing.
8. Adjust the air conditioning unit using the bracket (35/6) on the bottom of the base
casing.

Fitting the Large Covering Panel in Front of the Base
1. Hook the covering panel (18/8) with its lower slots into the spring clips (18/7).
2. Press the covering panel on completely.

10 INITIAL OPERATION

10.1 Technical Specifications, Dimensions and UV-Type*

POWER X-TREME POWER FUNATIC FUNATIC BEAUTIFUL BLACK
FOR YOU BLACK OF LOVE LOOP RAVE PRINCESS BEAUTY
POWER Units

Unit Type
VX 7019/86 VX 7019/86 VX 7019/86 VX
HD 7019/85 HD 7019/85 HD 7019/85 HD 7019/84 HD 7019/84 HD 7019/83 HD 7019/83 HD
ND 7019/82 ND 7019/82 ND 7019/82 ND 7019/81 ND 7019/81 ND 7019/80 ND 7019/80 ND
Power (incl.
Air-Cond.)
VX 17.300 17.300 17.300
HD 16.200 16.200 16.200 15.400 15.400 13.900 13.900
ND 12.200 12.200 12.200 11.700 11.700 11.500 11.500
Operating
voltage (V) 400 V 3N ~ PE 50 Hz
Fuse rating
(A)
VX 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32)
HD 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32) 3x32A (K32) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25)
ND 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25) 3x25A (K25)
Weight (kg) 760 760 760 750 750 740 740
Version VX 790 790 790
Dimensions
Length (mm) 2.390 2.390 2.390 2.390 2.390 2.390 2.390
Depth (mm) 1.440 1.440 1.440 1.440 1.440 1.440 1.440
Height (mm) 1.790 1.790 1.790 1.730 1.730 1.720 1.720
(Canopy open)
Noise emission < 70dB(A)
Room temperature for operation max. 35°C
The installation site must have a floor loading capacity of at least 500 kg/m² and must be level.
* Subject to technical alterations

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UV Type Lamps UV Type to
EN 60335-2-27
POWER FOR YOU
X-TREME BLACK POWER
POWER OF LOVE

Version VX
Canopy, face 10 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W 4
16 x 25 W U.P.P
Canopy, body 24 x 140 W VHR 4 4
Canopy lighting 6 x halogen SYLV 12 V 20 W
Emblem lighting 1 x TLU 20 W white
(POWER FOR YOU only)
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W
4 x 25 W U.P.P
Side tanner, body 6 x 140 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed illumination 1 x TL-D 36 W/18 blue
(Floorlight)
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

HD Version
Canopy, face 1 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W 2
4 x OH 800 S 800 W
Canopy, body 24 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Canopy lighting 6 x halogen SYLV 12 V 20 W
Emblem lighting 1 x TLU 20 W white
POWER FOR YOU only)
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W
Side tanner, body 6 x 160 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed illumination 1 x TLD 36W/18 blue
(Floorlight)
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

ND Version
Canopy, face 36 x U·P·P 25 W 4
Canopy, body 11 x 160 W VHR 4 4
12 x 160 W VHR 4
Canopy lighting 6 x halogen SYLV 12 V 20 W
Emblem lighting 1 x TLU 20 W white
(POWER FOR YOU only)
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 6 x U·P·P 25 W
Side tanner, body 3 x 160 W VHR 4
2 x 140 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed illumination 1 x TLD 36W/18 blue
(Floorlight)
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

FUNATICLOOP
FUNATIC RAVE

HD Version
Canopy, face 3 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W
2 x OH 800 S 800 W 2
Canopy, body 22 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Canopy lighting 2 x 36 W TLD / colour 865
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 1 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W
Side tanner, body 6 x 160 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed illumination 1 x TLD 36W/18 blue
(Floorlight)
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

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UV-Typ Lamps UV Type to
EN 60335-2-27
FUNATICLOOP
FUNATIC RAVE

ND Version
Canopy, face 33 x U·P·P 25 W 4
Canopy, body 10 x 160 W VHR 4 4
11 x 140 W VHR 4
Canopy lighting 2 x 36 W TLD / colour 865
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
(Background lighting)
Side tanner, face 6 x U·P·P 25 W
Side tanner, body 3 x 160 W VHR 4
2 x 140 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed illumination 1 x TLD 36W/18 blue
(Floorlight)
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS
BLACK BEAUTY Units

HD Version
Canopy, face 5 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W 2
Canopy, body 21 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 1 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W
Side tanner, body 5 x 160 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

ND Version
Canopy, face 28 x U·P·P 25 W 4
Canopy, body 10 x 160 W VHR 4 4
11 x 140 W VHR 4
Canopy 1 x TLD 18W/18 blue
Background lighting
Side tanner, face 4 x U·P·P 25 W
Side tanner, body 3 x 160 W VHR 4
2 x 140 W VHR 4
Bed 20 x 160 W VHR 4 4
Bed Logo Light 1x7W
Shoulder Tanner 2 x BQ 471 Z4 400 W

Sunlamp Covering
The sources of ultraviolet light are covered by a panel of 2.5 mm thick acrylic at the
top and below by two panels of acrylic, one 4 mm thick (corrugated) and one 5 mm
thick. The acrylic panels are frosted on the lamp side (LIGHTGLASS) except for the
corrugated acrylic panel in the bed. The high-pressure burners of the VX version are
covered by a 3.1 mm thick filter type MUG 6 plus (manufacturer’s part no. 22010) and
a 3.75 mm thick filter type 02932 (manufacturer’s part no. 02932).

The high-pressure burners of the FUNATIC LOOP, FUNATIC RAVE, POWER FOR YOU, X-
TREME BLACK POWER and POWER OF LOVE units in the HD version are covered by a 3.1
mm thick filter type MUG 6 plus (manufacturer’s part no. 22010) and a 3.75 mm thick
filter type 322 (manufacturer’s part no. 02935).

The high-pressure burners of the BEAUTIFUL PRINCESS and BLACK BEAUTY units are
covered by a 3.1 mm thick filter type MUG 6 plus (manufacturer’s part no. 22010) and
a 3.75 mm thick filter type 322 (manufacturer’s part no. 02935).

All face tanners also have a frosted lens of 2.5 mm thick acrylic. A reflector made of
mirror-finish rolled, electrolytically polished and anodised aluminium is fitted between
the lamps and the canopy and bed support.

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